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Biosensors and arrays for detection of disease

The ability to attach functional proteins, antibodies and enzymes to surfaces underpins the development of the next generation of implantable medical devices, biosensors and protein more...

Supervisor(s): Bilek, Marcela (Professor)

Design of Novel Biosensors and Microfluidic Devices for Interrogating the Insulin Signalling Pathway

The aim of this project is to design, engineer and validate novel biosensors that can be used to interrogate the insulin signalling pathway in live cells. more...

Supervisor(s): James, David (Professor)

Implantable Medical Devices

The ability to attach functional proteins, antibodies and enzymes to surfaces underpins the development of the next generation of implantable medical devices, biosensors and protein more...

Supervisor(s): Bilek, Marcela (Professor)

Surface attached enzymes for the production of biomass energy from agricultural waste

The ability to attach functional proteins, antibodies and enzymes to surfaces underpins the development of the next generation of implantable medical devices, biosensors and protein more...

Supervisor(s): Bilek, Marcela (Professor)

Plasmonics for Protein Attachment

Plasmonics will be used in combination with ellipsometry to investigate the attachment of biomolecules to surfaces. The structure of the attached layers will be investigated using n more...

Supervisor(s): McKenzie, David (Professor)

Develop single-cell mechanobiological methods for discovering molecular mechanisms of cardiovascular and neuronal mechanical force sensing

We are developing cutting-edge technologies for the following biomedical application: 1) define the mechanosensing functions of key protein players in the cardiovascular system such more...

Supervisor(s): Ju, Lining (Arnold) (Dr)

Identifying the principles of cell growth and cell mass regulation. Development of biomedical applications based on real-time cell mass detection.

Identifying the principles of cell growth and cell mass regulation. Development of applications based on real-time cell mass detection. Development of instrumentation, sensors and m more...

Supervisor(s): Martinez Martin, David (Dr)

Designing new nano-structured materials for solar energy and health

While methods for making nanostructured materials are often slow or energy intensive, self-assembly of nanoscale objects promises to be scalable and low-energy and could thus propel more...

Supervisor(s): Widmer-Cooper, Asaph (Dr)